exempted from sequester, you can see it counted under the cap. does that mean that personnel funds can be reduced? >> no, they don't get cut. they're still exempt from the cut, but they count against this cap. so the revised base dod budget cap under the revised sequester, 486 billion, military personnel accounts which is, i think, it's about $140 billion, is included when you're comparing and seeing if the base budget exceeds the cap. if the budget exceeds the cap and requires a cut, then all other accounts get cut except finish. >> which has the effect of actually increasing the -- >> from everything else. from operations and maintenance, from, you know, procurement, research and development, military construction, family housing, all of the other accounts get cut. and the other thing to point out here is, um, that did not change. the military personnel exemption did not change under this. the way the cuts have to be applied is a uniform percentage across all nonexempt accounts.